I wish there was a way to check your phone messages online.
Jay went to look at the apartment, and it’s the exact same layout as the one we first looked at back at the end of June. He got an application for it, we’re going to drop it off tonight. Still haven’t heard back from the other place we applied for on Sunday. We really need to find out what’s up with them so that we know where we’re moving to and such. I’m not sure which one I’d rather live in, now… the one bedroom is a good size, with a nice layout and stuff… the two bedroom is… well… a two bedroom. The price difference would probably work out to around 100$ or so – the two bedroom is inclusive, the one bedroom is extra for hydro. Both are managed by a corporation with an on-site building manager type person. I just feel discriminated against by the company that runs the building with the two bedroom because I don’t make as much money as most people in my neighbourhood… can you be discriminated based on income? I realize completely that the landlords have to cover their own asses when picking tenants, and they don’t want to rent out to someone who won’t be able to afford to live there, and so on… but it still bugs me. It’s not really discrimination, I guess, but it’s damn frustrating.
The one bedroom has a Fireplace. And it’s over a Second Cup so I would have an endless supply of the world’s best White Hot Chocolate. And it’s closer to the bus to the subway station. It’s the building that I wanted to live in since I first visited the Beaches in Toronto.
Chances are good that we’re not getting the two bedroom based on our income (or lack thereof) so we are definitely applying for the one bedroom.
I hope no one drops my TV when we move.